One man was killed and two others were harmed Sunday in a boating mischance in Annapolis.
Maryland Natural Resources Police said the mishap was accounted for at around 11 p.m. at the point when the pontoon struck a stone pier in the mouth of Whitehall Creek. A 49-year-old Annapolis man was catapulted from the vessel and was found on the stone breakwater.
The casualty, recognized as Paul Christopher Dettor, was traveled to Shock Trauma, where he passed on. Police said two other men, ages 48 and 49, were taken to Anne Arundel Medical Center with minor wounds.
There have been eight individuals slaughtered in sailing mishaps in 2016, incorporating five in Anne Arundel County, police said.